I want to try and get as much information as possible for better responses/advice. Since I was sixteen years old, I have never kept a job for long. I am 21 and a full-time college student who has been in and out of (mostly full-time) jobs since I have graduated high school. Finding jobs isn't the problem for me, when it comes to interviews I pretty much nail 1 out of 3. I have even been hired on the spot a few times. This past year I was by 3 different employers. I quit 1 job and was fired from the others. I was just fired last friday from my most recent job, I had only worked there 4 days. My self-esteem is getting pretty low because of my past job experience. It's very difficult for me to find somewhere I can fit in. The job that I had worked at the longest this year was with all men. And the two jobs I was fired from had the majority of female workers. I think it might be being in an environment with females. Although I am one myself, I find it hard to connect and relate to other females. On top of that, I am kind of a job snob also... I won't work certain jobs because of pay or type; I only work office. I think I am a hard-worker and sometimes people take that the wrong way. I find that I get in and get out without stopping and socializing too much with other co-workers. I don't know. The last company I was with, I didn't socialize but I added a few jokes and smiles, but I mostly worked. When I was fired the HR person told me that I wasn't what they were looking for. I really have no idea what that means, if I wasn't what they were looking for they shouldn't have offered me the job. :\ I am confused. I refuse to work part-time because it isn't enough money, and the sad thing is that full-time is barely enough as well. I don't know what to do. It's New Years Day and all I can think about is how unsatisfied I will be in my next job. I jump into jobs and work my butt off, and get no where. I can't stand this mediocre entry-level office/admin work. But if I keep getting fired, is it me being disatisfied and subconciously sabotaging employment opportunities or am I really a horrible worker with no people skills what-so-ever? Any comments? Maybe some of you know of professional surveys I can take that'll help me out, or books I can read? Thanks, Happy New Years!